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What do gardeners do when they can’t go outside without getting wet and chilled? Well, just like fashionistas who pour over pages of fashion magazines, gardeners pour over pages of seed catalogs and gardening publications to get new ideas for better weather. Tired of that? Some gardeners seek out ways to continue gardening. One fun way to garden indoors is the old classic, terrariums.

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Our cell phones are often wonderful devices; in addition to the traditional voice phone calls, they also can provide enhanced functionality with Internet access, cameras and SMS (text messaging). Now that smart phones have become the primary communications mode for most of us, it has also become a fertile field for crooks capitalizing on the functionality of our devices.

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Rachel Clark

On a brisk and blustery Sunday afternoon, winds blow the late autumn leaves through a quiet neighborhood in Beaumont’s West End. Outside a house on the corner of a calm intersection, dulcet tones float gently on the breeze. Inside the cozy home sits Rachel Clark, a 15-year-old Lumberton resident, plucking the strings of a 95-year-old Wurlitzer Semi-grand harp under the watchful gaze of her private instructor, Dr.

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Mason

A Port Arthur man was stabbed with a barbecue fork during an altercation at a 6th Street apartment building in Port Arthur on Thanksgiving, Nov. 28.

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World AIDS Days is Dec. 1, 2013, and it represents an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV.

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